JournalismPakistan.com November 14, 2013
The quoted part came out in one of India’s top dailies, one that sets the standard for English writing. I wonder how it could possibly happen. Has the editorial deteriorated so dramatically that no one notices the difference between good English, poor English and sheer rubbish.
Read it. Then read it again. Then look at it from any which ways and ask yourself what could possibly have happened for such nonsense to come in the paper as a message of intent to the reader.
As a journalist for 43 years I have seen the good, the bad and the awful but this takes the biscuit. And if you were to send them a contribution what irony that people who wrote this would accept or reject your effort.
A new supplement called 'Day to Day Live', with its own editor, if you please. The inside front page has "From the Editors Desk", and it is a riot....
First para....."We feel proud and grateful because we manage to launch a magazine to fulfill the needs, wants of a commoners and enhance the business opportunity and encouragement of our contribute writer, advertiser, business partner and last but not the least you our readers. Our heartily thanks to all those who have made it possible."
Later still......"It is our goal to create and gathers information and make it easy for your to understand and use."
(The writer is a Senior Editorial Advisor of Khaleej Times and the paper’s former Editor. He has also been the Editor of Gulf News, Gulf Today, Emirates Today and Bahrain Tribune)
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